Model 3

This is the most incredible forum I've ever seen.

edited November -1 in Model 3
It behaves like TSLA stock, for a while it can go down to reach the bottom of the barrel and then after a quarter of shit, it becomes the greatest thing ever created in humankind. A free forum with no ads and no inbuilt search engine.

Please do not blame Tesla for the behaviour of online humanlings, they are uncontrollable.
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  • edited November -1
    Yes!
  • edited January 2020
    Like the free-form; instead of everything being wedged into categories, the posts emerge almost as needed. If there's a new software download, don't have to go scrounging around the "software category, someone will have posted about it up top.
  • edited January 2020
    I like the fact there is no categories.
    Questions are getting answered faster this way because everyone sees it.
  • edited January 2020
    Bof... honnêtement, j’me tanne comme l’autre.
  • edited November -1
    C’est un peu comme les médias sociaux
    Il y a de tout
    Des informations utiles comme des informations qui ne servent à rien.
    Je pense que l’important c’est de ne pas trop s’y perdre en évitant de perdre trop de temps avec les membres trios insistants et qui se réalisent pas leurs performances argumentaires en ligne
  • edited January 2020
    Que?
  • edited January 2020
    @Maxxer - Great thread. Far more interesting than the negative version that has gone off the rails :)
  • edited November -1
    Je sais. Mais il y a trop de colons et de péteux-de-broue qui empêchent un échange sain. Pour chaque réponse valable, il y a des pages et des pages d’insultes à filtrer qui rendent la lecture intenable et insoutenable par grands bouts. Comme je disait, j’me tanne de plus en plus.
  • edited January 2020
    Je trouve que sur Teslamotorclub il y a beaucoup moins ce genre d’attitude parce soit parce que les membres ont peur des Dislikes où des modérateurs

    Ici c’est le free for all
  • edited November -1
    J’ai fait un peu de lurking sur TMC. C’est la même gang qui s’y retrouve. M’intéresse pas bcp plus.
  • edited November -1
    Je n’ai pas vu aucun attaque personnelle sur les groupes Facebook Tesla Model 3 Quebec et Tesla Cybertruck Quebec.

    Les modérateurs font un excellent travail.
    Mais beaucoup de posts de nouveaux à répétitions mais ils sont très reconnaissant quand on les aide et et leurs questions
  • edited November -1
    Besides finding out just how rusty my High School French happens to be..
    I like this forum because, as previous posters have pointed out: Every blame thing involving Tesla 3's comes down the feed. Power, faults, driving, displays, software updates, you name it.
    TMC is cool enough and has a distinct lack of trolls, thanks to moderators, but having to peruse 20-odd forums gets old, quickly.
    It'd be nice if the M3 forum was broken up into, say, 5 fora, max, just to make things a bit more findable. But it's not likely to happen.
  • edited November -1
    Thanks Tronguy. And now that the Habs have lost 8 in a row, I’m off to bed.
  • edited November -1
    Agree, as issues develop and experiences occur, we tend to get them up top, quick easy access. We all see it, we can instantly see the interaction and answers. TMC categories while seemingly helpful, I personally find can unintentionally hide stuff I might have otherwise been interested in reading.
  • edited January 2020
    I, too, find myself turning off this Forum, looking at my shoes, shaking my head and muttering, "Incredible".

    Perhaps not in the same sense as the OP means.
  • edited January 2020
    Yet, here you are posting. Admit it, you love it. :)
  • edited January 2020
    Oh, I do indeed.

    Perhaps if the nurses would let me go outside and walk around the grounds, that could change. Some.
  • edited January 2020
    No one else in my life cares about Tesla. So this is my go-to for Tesla talk.
  • edited January 2020
    I learned about the 2019 Autopilot / FSD 'fire sale' here last year so yeah it's a great forum if you learn to filter out some noise. I don't follow Elon Musk's twitter feed very often.

    I think Tesla is better at communicating with owners now than a year ago ... I got an email about the AWD 'acceleration boost' upgrade for example. I did not get a fire sale email or notification in the Tesla app.

    I also find it helpful that if something breaks with a software update everyone talks about it so I react with 'it's a known problem' rather than 'did I break something while installing this0 update?'.
  • edited November -1
    Honestly, it is only a handful of people who consistently ruin it. Once I muted them, I found it to be quite nice.
  • edited January 2020
    Many times I have come to this Forum seeking help. It is a most excellent place to get condescending answers and insults. But there is no way to get an answer to a question for which you need an answer.

    Every time I have a question, I look first in the fabulous online Owners Manual, which answers most of the obvious questions. Today, I needed to know the correct torque setting for tightening lug nuts because I bought a set of wheel locks from Tesla. Of course there was no information with the locknuts.

    I have tried calling the Customer Service line, the Roadside Assistance line, and two different local customer service locations. Every time I get caught in an endless loop with the charming lady computer repeatedly offering the same options until I give up and when I don't press the number quickly enough, she says "goodby."

    I love the car, but all affection I had for the company is being quickly squandered.

    Any suggestions? Maybe Chilton will publish a service manual someday.
  • edited January 2020
    @adcock.dan: Lug nut torque is defined in the owners manual.
  • edited January 2020
    déroutant, care to be more specific? He says he looked into the manual but could not find it.
  • edited November -1
    Oops... I meant ‘derotam’, not déroutant... Apology.
  • edited January 2020
    Some people definitely get condescending answers, but alot of that has to do with how the question is asked. @adcock.dan, In your case with your post just now, you're talking about calling customer service and getting caught in a computer lady loop, and now talking about how your affection for the company is quickly squandered.

    As @derotam pointed out its in the manual. And a post like that is where i'd say thats exactly why Tesla representatives are nearly impossible to reach. If i were Tesla, i wouldnt want my employees to deal with that either.
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